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Women's Gymnastics

Jung-Ruivivar to Paris

Incoming freshman Levi Jung-Ruivivar will compete at the 2024 Olympics for the Philippines

STANFORD, Calif. -- Incoming freshman Levi Jung-Ruivivar will head to Paris, competing in the 2024 Olympics for the Philippines in the all-around competition in women's artistic gymnastics. She becomes the tenth Stanford-affiliated women's gymnast to compete at the Games. 

She secured a berth to Paris at the 2024 FIG Artistic Gymnastics World Cup series in Doha with a second-place finish on uneven bars, first among points-eligible athletes, securing the final 30 points needed to qualify for the games in Paris. 

Jung-Ruivivar qualified through the FIG Apparatus World Cups, totaling 62 overall points with 30 points in Doha for her second-place effort, 14 points in Cairo with a 13th-place finish, 12 points in Cottbus with a 12th-place finish, and 18 points in Baku with an eighth-place finish. Points are totaled on each athlete's three best results of the four in the series, and the top two athletes on each apparatus qualify for the Olympic Games. 

This will be Jung-Ruivivar's first Olympic Games. She is a former four-time U.S. National Team Member, recently transferring her FIG license to the Philippines in 2022. She will compete alongside LSU's Aleah Finnegan (all-around competitor, qualified at the 2023 World Championships) and UCLA's Emma Malabuyo (all-around competitor, continental qualifier) as the Philippines' three women's artistic gymnastics representatives. 

Women's Artistic Gymnastics competition begins July 28 with qualification competition at Arena Bercy in Paris. Apparatus Finals are scheduled for August 3. 

Stanford Women's Gymnastics Olympians

Name Country Year
Jennifer Exaltacion Canada Atlanta, '96
Nancy Goldsmith  Israel Los Angeles, '84
Lise Leveille Canada Sydney, '00
Levi Jung-Ruivivar Phillipines Paris, '24
Shona Morgan Australia Beijing, '08
Isabela Onyshko Canada Rio, '16
Heather Purnell Canada Athens, '04
Sze En Tan Singapore Tokyo, '20
Kristina Vaculik Canada London, '12
Rebecca Wing Great Britain Beijing, '08